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Growing your food is important and fun!

When the recent covid 19 drama enveloped our world with fear and self-quarantine, it created extreme changes to our lives and I just dropped out of communication.  Not intentionally, but I didn’t want the news media and fear mongering of others to bring stress into my life.  We all know that stress is the number …

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Reflection

Reflection is a likeness, a mirror image, a thought or expression.  I find myself always taking pictures of reflections.  I love the beauty of the image and it truly fascinates me.  I used to say they were like Rorschach tests, but lately I am feeling they are much more than that. We, as humans are …

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Grain-Free and Happy

Since reading Undoctored and Wheat Belly, by cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, John and I decided to stop eating all grains!  If you read his books, you’ll understand how the human body wasn’t made to process grains. It just made total sense, and as you all know, I am into keeping my body and immune system strong …

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What is Progurt? – Human Probiotic Isolates

Staying on top of all the current health information has been a huge part of my life since having cancer – twice.  I do quite a bit of reading and there is always new information coming out on healing cancer or keeping it at bay.  Of course, be watchful of who is touting the information.  …

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STARTING OVER

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”  C. S. Lewis Reset, Rethink, Reboot, Revive, Renew, Replace, Reorganize, Rework, Regenerate, Reestablish, Reconstruct, Readjust, Refresh… I recently found a knitted scarf I had started and never finished. During both of my cancer struggles, my sister decided knitting would be …

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Kinsugi

This is from my book – Rowing through Cancer. Just recently a friend posted a picture of a broken ceramic bowl patched with gold. It had a beautiful saying attached. It reminded me of my prologue and I commented and told her it was called “Kinsugi” and would share it on my blog. Prologue I read an article …

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High Hopes

I’ve been trimming a huge overgrown Viburnum hedge for weeks now.  I do a little at a time due to my time constraints with family and I also don’t want to freak my neighbors out—it’s their hedge.  Of course, I have their permission but it’s a drastic change for the better.  We all get a …

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